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A BA (Bachelor of Arts) is a postsecondary degree that can be earned at private colleges or public universities. The program combines general classes with classes that prepare individuals for a career in their area of study.Students who wish to enter a field pertaining to heritage studies may benefit from the information taught in a related program. The knowledge of languages, arts, sciences and l… Read more

A BA (Bachelor of Arts) is a postsecondary degree that can be earned at private colleges or public universities. The program combines general classes with classes that prepare individuals for a career in their area of study.

Students who wish to enter a field pertaining to heritage studies may benefit from the information taught in a related program. The knowledge of languages, arts, sciences and locations of historical significance allow students to enter into careers with museums, schools and even governments.

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Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Venice, Italy

The Degree Program provides basic knowledge related to the history and culture of the ancient and medieval world, art history, archaeology, the techniques underlying the organ ... +

The Degree Program provides basic knowledge related to the history and culture of the ancient and medieval world, art history, archaeology, the techniques underlying the organization of artistic productions and performances,s and audio-visual arts. It also provides fundamental knowledge on methodological issues and on the main research and analysis tools in these cultural fields, the legislation of cultural heritage, and the management and organization of cultural events. -
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3 years
English
Sep 2023
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University of Bradford
Bradford, United Kingdom

The study of heritage is vital for understanding our sense of identity and place. Heritage has widespread meaning; past, present and future narratives are interwoven with both ... +

The study of heritage is vital for understanding our sense of identity and place. Heritage has widespread meaning; past, present and future narratives are interwoven with both physical features (landscapes, buildings, structures, monuments and objects), and more intangible practices based on oral traditions and living memory that enliven and enrich cultural experience (stories, traditions, crafts, food, dance, music and poetry). Our new BA (Hons) in Heritage and Archaeology draws on the University of Bradford's cutting-edge archaeological research, where we are driving an understanding of heritage, archaeology and wellbeing, as well as using innovative technologies to contribute to our understanding of the past and its value today. The programme will span local, regional and global heritage, investigating new methods, and the value of heritage for contemporary society across many cultural contexts. The programme is at the forefront of initiatives that recognise the importance of heritage and culture to future social cohesion and economic success by building a meaningful understanding of our diverse pasts. In addition to vocational skills, studying Heritage and Archaeology will give you a broad range of transferable skills including problem-solving, team working, and independent research, preparing you for a wide variety of careers, future studies and research. We have over 40 years of success in delivering placements and employment with a very wide range of commercial and public sector partners. -
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Full-time
4 years
English
Sep 2023
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University of Hawai'i
Kailua-Kona, USA

Students design their program around a selected area of concentration. Third-year fluency in Hawaiian language and a Senior capstone project are required, as well as familiari ... +

Students design their program around a selected area of concentration. Third-year fluency in Hawaiian language and a Senior capstone project are required, as well as familiarity with Hawaiian history and literature, culture and creative expression, politics and integral components of governance, resource management and sustainability, and comparative indigenous studies. -
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